Just when we thought Perth’s favourite new dessert hotspot, Kumo, couldn’t possibly get any better, they’ve gone and added Tiramisu to the menu alongside their renowned fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes. Drool.
Keeping in line with their simple philosophy of combining the preciseness of Japanese cooking methods with the highest quality local ingredients, the production process behind this new addition ensures light and creamy perfection in every bite—from the soaking of the Savoiardi biscuits to the even spreading of the award-winning Monte Fiore mascarpone cheese and meringue.
Now, for the most important part—the flavours. The Classico is Kumo’s take on a traditional Tiramisu—and it’s far from boring—but if you want to be a little bit more bold, there are some super unique flavours like lychee, matcha, lemon brulee and who could go past the burnt honey.
This bad boy is an intense combination of strong coffee, butterscotch, distinct burnt honey and dulche de Leche flavours topped with crispy crepe bits for extra texture. Sharing is not encouraged—you’ll want a whole serve to yourself.
To celebrate the launch of Kumo’s tiramisu, they’ll be giving away free serves of the Classico to the first 25 customers through the doors on Wednesday 3 February—they open at 4pm, so you’d better set a reminder.
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